HP LaserJet P1102w: Printer HP LaserJet P1102w - this connectable to run via a USB cable and wireless?

Can use the installation disc delivered with the printer and choose to run it using a USB cable or must it be used as a network printer?

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The specifications indicate that your HP LaserJet P1102w can be performed wirelessly or via USB.

There is no Ethernet connection.

The QuickStart Guide illustrates wireless / usb Configuration.

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